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Personal loans can be used for almost anything, from consolidating high-interest debt to funding a large expense. But if you fall behind on your payments or default on your loan, your credit card will take a hit. So, managing your personal loan with these 6 tips is key to gaining control of your finances.
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A personal loan origination fee is paid up front when you take out a loan. It may be worth paying an origination fee if the loan has a long repayment period or a lower interest rate. But sometimes originations fees are not worth the cost.
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If you’re having a hard time making your personal loan payments, deferment may be an option to explore.
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Defaulting on a personal loan means you're behind in making the payments you signed up for. Once you default, there are consequences and the lender can take steps to recover the money you owe. But, there are also ways to avoid defaulting on your loan in the first place.
According to the Federal Reserve, credit card balances are down for the sixth straight month. If you want to pay down your debt, here are three strategies to make it happen.
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A personal loan can be used for almost anything. But if your current monthly payments are too high or you just want a lower interest rate, then refinancing your personal loan can be a smart move.
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